Welcome to Melbourne Tourism, a travel guide for international and out-of-state visitors and for locals exploring new corners of our city.
We believe in a ‘hands on' approach to travel and encourage you to get out and discover Melbourne by getting involved in activities, events and tours.
When it comes to tours, Melbourne has got it covered. There are tours that take you to the seafront to enjoy amazing wines. There are also some lovely historical tours where you can even have a go a panning for gold! Whether you want a tour to fill a few hours, or a few days, Melbourne has the tour for you.
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Explore Melbourne Hotels - accommodation in Melbourne ranges from five-star hotels to backpacker hostels, with everything in between. You could choose a wonderful hotel right in the middle of the CBD or opt for a quiet B& B just out of town. There are also plenty of options if you are planning a camping holiday. Read more »
Melbourne is home to a wide variety of attractions. You could enjoy an action-filled day at Luna Park, or take a leisurely stroll around the amazing Melbourne Zoo. From ‘thrill seeker' to history lover, the fantastic Melbourne attractions will keep you entertained. Read more »
here are so many transport options in Melbourne that it is up to you to choose what option suits you best. Using a rental vehicle (from car to motorhome) will give you flexibility as you travel or there is a great Metlink service that connects most of Melbourne. This includes trains, buses and trams and is probably the most cost effective way to see the city. There are also an abundance of taxi services. Read more »
Everything you need to know when planning a trip to Melbourne from current weather conditions & exchange rates, to local maps & attractions, including where to find visitor centers that will have up-to-date info on all things Melbourne. Read more »
If you're looking to head out of Melbourne for an escape from the hustle and bustle, consider the weekend getaway hotspots that are Daylesford, about 1.5 hrs drive Northwest of Melbourne, and Echuca, 3 hrs North of Melbourne.